Number 66 Main Street Haworth
Self Catering Accommodation - Main Street Haworth
English Tourism Council 4 star rated, Number 66 sleeps 4 and is a grade 2 listed beamed cottage on Main Street, only a few metres away from Haworth Church and the Bronte Parsonage Museum.
Two bedrooms, one with a bird's eye view of Main Street. Bathroom with shower over bath. Comfortable lounge, fully equipped kitchen. Free parking. Open all year round. Short breaks available.
The cottage comprises of:
* Comfortable lounge with two 2-seater settees, TV, radio and DVD.
* Full GCH and occasional electric fire.
* Fully equipped kitchen with electric cooker, microwave, kettle, toaster, fridge and washing machine.
* Dining area to seat four.
* Double bedroom with charming view of Haworth Main Street towards the church and museum.
* Second bedroom with 2' 6' twin beds and featuring stone fireplace (not in use). Cot and highchair available if required.
* Bathroom with electric shower over bath, wash basin and WC.
* All bed linen and towels provided.
* Restaurants to suit all tastes and pockets on the doorstep.
* 30 metres from the Haworth Church and the very centre of the village.
* 40 metres from the Bronte Museum and Tourist Office.
* Parking Haworth Main Street with residents pass.
Staying in Haworth
Experience a little history and spend some time in our Grade 2 listed cottage situated actually on the cobbles of Haworth Main Street. This location is ideal for those who wish to savour the atmosphere of this charming, faintly bohemian village, in what has become known as Bronte country. The Bronte family moved to Haworth Parsonage in 1820 and all are buried in a vault beneath Haworth Parish Church where the father, Patrick Bronte was curate until he died in 1861. There are a number of themed weekends throughout the year, such as the hugely popular 1940's weekend, Scroggling the Holly in November and the Torchlight Procession in December.
Haworth is also ideal as a base for exploring such attractions as:
* Bronte Parsonage Museum
* The Worth Valley Railway(Railway Children)
* The Pennine Way
* The Yorkshire Dales
* The Industrial heritage of the West Riding
* Salt's Mill
* Bradford's award winning National Museum of Photography, Film and Television, incorporating an IMAX theatre
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This page was last updated: 21 November 2012